Jay Leno taking a sedate look at the C-X75 concept car from Jaguar.
A slick lookin' ride indeed.
The jet-powered C-X75 will propel Jaguar into the future when it goes into production in 2013 - but the first examples won't be powered by the gas turbines that wowed observers at the Paris motor show last year.
The British carmaker - owned by Indian company Tata - has confirmed it will limit production of the all-wheel-drive super-coupe to 250 examples, most of which will instead use a boosted small-capacity internal combustion engine combined with powerful electric motors, one on each front wheel.
The engine is likely to be a version of the 400kW 1.6-litre four-cylinder unit being developed by Formula One team Williams for the 2013 season. Jaguar and Williams recently joined forces to collaborate on future technology.
Reports in Europe say the final 50 C-X75s will carry gas turbine eng
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